Div 3 Camogie League: Four from four for O'Mahonys

April 22, 2024

Claire Mallon Navan O'Mahonys

Navan O’Mahony’s 3-12 Trim 2-09

In a repeat of the 2023 Intermediate Camogie Championship final, Navan O’Mahony’s came out on top by six points in a high scoring game to make it four wins from four.

Although it took a while to get going, once the scores came they were hard to stop on Sunday evening in ideal conditions for camogie. Jorja Keogh opened the scoring, soon followed up by points from Cara Ratty , Aoibhín Kielty and another effort from Keogh.

It was fifteen minutes into the half before Trim scored but they soon added two in quick succession to narrow the gap. Kielty responded in kind with two well-taken points, with Trim adding a further two also.

Kielty added an impressive goal with seven minutes remaining on the clock. Trim responded immediately with a point but Donal Hogan’s charges finished out the half well with four points on the trot from Ratty, Kielty, Isabella Mallon and Amanda Feeney to go in with a good lead at the interval.

Navan O’Mahony’s 2-09 Trim 0-06

Feeney opened the scoring in the second half before Trim added two points in the next ten minutes. 

With a lead behind them, Navan O’Mahony’s faded out of the game at time and struggled to add scores. From the fourteenth to the nineteenth minute, Kielty added four points to keep the scoreboard ticking over. 

The final few minutes saw a flurry of goals, with two from the visitors putting pressure on the home side, partly relieved by a green flag from Cara Ratty at the opposite end of the pitch.

Overall, it was a strong team performance and Navan O’Mahony’s can be happy to keep their good run in this division going, while banking the two points on offer.

Navan O’Mahony’s: Mags Tompkins, Megan Kinsella, Saoirse O’Regan, Róisín Tobin, Rebecca Coen, Alannah Brady, Caoimhe McKenna, Tara Fay, Claire Mallon, Jorja Keogh (0-02), Amanda Feeney (0-02) , Aoibhín McKenny, Cara Ratty (1-02), Isabella Mallon (1-0), Aoibhín Kielty (1-06)

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